Carlos Alcaraz receives praise from Novak Djokovic for his “amazing performance”

Along with a long list of other famous players, 21-time Major champion Novak Djokovic congratulated Carlos Alcaraz on winning his maiden Major. The seventh-youngest Major winner during the Open era won the US Open as a teenager, gaining 2000 points and climbing to the position of youngest world no.

1 ever in ATP history! Alcaraz received appreciation from Djokovic for his performance and outstanding accomplishment. Carlos only required eight tournaments to win the first Major title. He used a good draw in the first three rounds and put in a lot of effort after that to win.

To advance to the final match, the young player defeated Marin Cilic, Jannik Sinner, and Frances Tiafoe in five sets.

Carlos Alcaraz received praise from Novak Djokovic for winning the US Open.

At 5-4 in the fourth set, Sinner faced a match point against Alcaraz on his serve, but it was insufficient to give him the victory.

Before the pivotal match against Casper Ruud, Carlos overcame all the challenges and practised for hours on the court. In three hours and twenty minutes, the Spaniard, who had saved enough energy, scored a victory that would go down in history, winning 6-4, 2-6, 7-6, 6-3.

For the first Major championship and the ATP crown, two competitors competed head-to-head, putting everything they had into winning. Each side had three service breaks, and Carlos outscored Casper by five points. The aggressive Spanish player retained the points on his racquet while hitting 55 winners and 41 unforced errors.

Ruud missed two set points in the 12th game of the third set and ran out of steam in the fourth, blowing a huge opportunity to go up two sets to one. At 1-1 in the opening set, Carlos broke and won it with a serve winner at 5-4.

In the second set, Casper avoided a break point when the score was 2-2 and then grabbed control. The Norwegian improved his chances by winning the next four games in a row and the set 6-2. In the third set, they exchanged early breaks, and they served well up until game 12.

At 5-6, Alcaraz faced two set points and had no margin for error. The Spaniard, who maintained his composure, defended them with victories and won the tie-break 7-1 to move closer to the finish line. In the fourth set, Carlos served brilliantly in each of the five games and broke his opponent’s serve in game six to take a 4-2 lead. A teenager blasted a powerful serve at 5-3 to seal the deal and become the seventh-youngest Major champion.